SOCIAL DISTANCING IS CRITICAL
TO THE CONDITIONAL RE-OPENING OF OMOS
As the parish reopens for public Masses and sacramental events, it is critical to remind all parishioners and visitors that social distancing must always be maintained while on campus,
not just inside the church.
Our conditional approval from the Bishop was based on maintaining strict compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols from the Center for Disease Control and other authorities to ensure the reasonable safety of all and that attending events, parishioners and visitors accept inherent risk.
Social distancing includes:
(1) 6’ distancing from others not from the same household;
(2) no hugging, hand shaking, kissing or touching others;
(3) wearing a face mask, including children 2 years old and older; and
(4) frequent hand washing or sanitizing.
We are all excited to see everyone return, but we must temper that excitement with love and concern for the safety of others. Show your excitement and love by maintaining social distancing. We are on the road to recovery, and we have a long way to go still before we arrive.
Thank you so much for your support and being a part of the solution.
OMOS RRR Parking Lot Project to Begin this Friday, 6/5
Due to scheduling conflicts, Ace Asphalt will need to begin the parking lot project sooner than we expected. Work will begin this Friday, 6/5, at 6 am.
Phase 1 includes the northwest lot and the PAC parking lot,
including the Priest garage and Parish Office areas.
This effort will begin 6/5 and finish on 6/12.
Phase 2 will begin 6/22 and finish on 6/26.
Phase 2 includes the main parking lot and the south side of the Hall and South School buildings.
Please see the attached diagram.
Please avoid the construction areas and adjust your parking habit.
For your safety, please do not walk through the construction areas and go around.
For access to the Maintenance Shop and PAC, please go through the school courtyard gates.
Lighted cones will be set up by Ace to mark off construction areas.
Food Drive Success!
I came to you a couple of weeks ago asking for your cooperation with Catholic Community Services and our area parishes in a Tucson area food drive. Your generosity exceeded all bounds!
Over a period of six days we collected 15 tons of food at our seven parish collection sites. That equates to about 2,500 meals for hungry people.
Of course, to feed the hungry is to feed Christ himself. I am more grateful to you than I can express. You are daily in my prayers.
May God bless you abundantly!
+Edward J. Weisenburger
Bishop of Tucson
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